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New car sales up by 28% in first quarter

The Society of the Irish Motor Industry forecasts a 25% rise in full-year car sales

20th April, 2016
New car sales rose by 28% in the first quarter

New car sales rose by 28 per cent in the first three months of the year to 82,830 while the cost of motoring fell, new figures show.

“New car registrations should be capable of expanding by around 25 per cent, giving total sales of 156,181 for 2016. Looking ahead to 2017, while it is impossible to forecast that far ahead with any degree of confidence, another good year should...

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